Site work, paving, new construction and renovation of a mixed-use development in Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina. Completed plans call for the construction of a bridge / tunnel; for site work for a bridge / tunnel; road / highway; for paving for a road / highway; water / sewer project; sidewalk / parking lot; sidewalk / parking lot; military facility; and for the renovation of a military facility. The project is a Design-Bid-Build (DBB), P134 Slocum Road, at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS), Cherry Point in North Carolina. This project will replace the existing entry control facility (ECF) at Slocum Road and provide a new ECF that will serve as the main entrance and exit point into and out of MCAS Cherry Point. The project widens Slocum Road from two lanes to four lanes and relocates the road to better comply with Explosive Safety Quantity Distance (ESQD) criteria regarding Public Transportation Routes
(PTR), provides an additional two-lane bridge beside the existing two-lane bridge over Slocum Creek, and provides improved gate and inspection facilities. The purpose is to upgrade the entrance and traffic controls to meet current safety and security requirements in order to quickly and efficiently process inbound traffic on Slocum Road and stop unauthorized vehicles from entering the station. The new ECF will include a visitor control center, gatehouse, sentry booths, and main gate inspection
canopies, over watch position, a truck/POV inspection office, and a concrete two-lane bridge with
pedestrian lane over Slocum Creek.